Area

# Is square miles the same as miles square?

Yes, the same.

I have different take

Example:

4 square miles--- equals 2 miles by 2 miles- equals 2 mi, squared.

4 miles squared- equals 16 square miles---- equals 4 mi. per side.

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## Related Questions

One square mile and one mile square are the same, but 10 square miles can be a square about 3.16 miles on a side and 10 miles square is exactly 100 square miles.

Russia is 6,592,800 square miles which is the same as 17,075,400 square kilometers.

There is no difference. Either way, you a squaring a mile. Square miles and miles squared are the same.

Yes, they are nearly identical: Japan's area is 145,940 square miles while Montana's area is 147,040 square miles.

The island of Jamaica is about 4,000 square miles, just about the same size as the state of Connecticut.

Italy is approximately 116,330 square miles. The states that are closest in size are New Mexico at 121,365 square miles and Arizona at 113,640 square miles.

The United Kingdom is 93,627.8 square miles.My country, England, is 50,301 square miles.

El Salvador has an area of 8,124 square miles, making it about the same size as Massachusetts.

A square mile stays the same if the same unit is used. The Japanese traditionaly have a different measurement system to the British and US. as an exsample 1se (Japan) is equale to 3.829square miles (british,US)

Colorado is not the same size as France, Texas is. The previous answer did not recognize the difference between square miles and square kilometers. France is 260K square miles, Texas is 269K square miles (Colorado is 270K square KILOMETERS) I think the closest to the size of France is Colorado,because Texas is off to me

New Jersey is 8,721 square miles, the same size it was 200+ years ago.

Montana. Japan has an area of 145,925 square miles and Montana has 147,040 square miles.

1 hectare =0.00386 square miles = 0.01 square kilometers

United Kingdom ~93790 square milesFrance ~21030 square milesGermany ~137850 square milesAustria ~38000 square milesBelgium ~11790 square milesLiechtenstein ~60 square milesLuxembourg ~1000 square milesMonaco square milesNetherlands ~13080 square milesSwitzerland ~15940 square milesWESTERN EUROPE ~380820 square miles

A mile is a unit of distance. A square mile is a unit of area, equal to the area of a square 1 mile wide by 1 mile long.

Italy is 116,347 square miles. It is the size of Arizona. Arizona is 113,990 square miles.

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Hi there, square miles and miles are not really the same thing. Miles are a measure of distance while square miles are a measure of area. To answer your question though, for any rectangular piece of land, you can measure the distance/length of two sides in miles (start from any one corner) then multiply these two numbers together to get the total square miles in area. So: 20 miles x 30 miles = 600 square miles Or: 10 miles x 60 miles = 600 square miles etc... Regards, Peter.

They cannot be compared. A mile is a measure of how long something is. A square mile is an area which is the same as the area of a square where each side is one mile.

According to the Wikipedia article... 5,427,000 square miles. This is roughly the same as the Antarctic continent itself.

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